Undergraduate Engineering

It takes more than theory to transform an idea into a useful technology for our society. St. Thomas Engineers have the practical hands on experience from our extensive labs, the technical depth of our fully accredited engineering curriculum, and the broad perspective of a Liberal Arts education to truly make a difference. A challenging undergraduate experience involving calculus, physics, philosophy, ethics, foreign language and engineering design is the hallmark of Engineering education at St Thomas. You'll also be asked to roll up your sleeves, get your hands dirty, and wrap your mind around ideas that have the potential to change our world.

Explore our Undergraduate Engineering programs:

The Electrical and Mechanical Engineering programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (www.ABET.org).

Undergraduate Engineering Enrollments

  • Fall 2013 = 551 students (Electrical and Mechanical)

Bachelor's Degrees Awarded in Engineering

  • Year 2012 - 2013 = 100 total (25 B.S. in Electrical Engineering + 75 B.S. in Mechanical Engineering)